Niels O. Moller design.
Mollers 71 chair in hardwood wood with seat in natural paper cord. Available with or without armrests.
W49 * D51 * H79 cm - Seat Height 44cm ; Armrest height, 68 cm
Oiled, lacquered or soaped.
Seat in black paper cord, or upholstered with fabric or leather from a wide selection (+ imitation leather).
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